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N&MRC Research Development Workshop: Winning ARC Linkage Grants

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Ann Harding Conference Centre, Seminar Room 1

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Bruce, ACT 2601

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The News & Media Research Centre (www.canberra.edu.au/nmrc) is hosting an event that is open to UC research community. This workshop is a practical training and development opportunity for researchers planning to apply for ARC Linkage Projects.

Professor Lelia Green has been on seven successful ARC Linkage grants, six of these as the lead Chief Investigator. This interactive workshop/discussion starts from first principles, addressing the hows, whys and wherefores of Linkage grant writing and winning. When do you start to look for a Linkage Partner? How many universities should you involve? What kind of research track record is necessary? Bring your questions and your ideas.

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Lelia Green is Professor of Communications at Edith Cowan University working predominantly in the Media and Communications, and Cultural Studies fields. She has been lead Chief Investigator on four ARC Discovery Grants and six ARC Linkage Grants, as well as working as a CI on a seventh Linkage Project. Her past and present Linkage partners include St Vincent de Paul Society (WA), Breast Cancer Care WA, The National Heart Foundation (WA division; twice), Landgate WA and the State Library of Western Australia.

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